With news about COVID-19 blasting out by the minute, many of us might be starting to feel overwhelmed. This simple guide—written in plain language—is something you can share with clients and patients. These are the most common questions we’re asked, plus some tips for handwashing mistakes.
Being sent to work from home during the COVID-19 pandemic is tough for CHWs to deal with, but it can also be an opportunity to learn new skills. Use the opportunity to help your staff or yourself skills like immunization education, languages, and chronic illness support. There are hundreds of thousands of resources out there that can improve health worker jobs and decrease turnover.
Moving training online for CHWs is a logical step in containing coronavirus and delivering new skills quickly. Read the guide.
Considering the pressures on keeping a CHW program afloat, your strategy for creating a new program or maintaining an initiative needs to be flexible, smart, and strategic. Anything you can do to keep costs down is a benefit. It’s important to remember that while a CHW training program is a necessary investment, not all expenses are expensive.
Finding fitness, friendship, and lifestyle change on the road to community health By Eliana Ifill One of the hardest parts of doing physical activity is finding the confidence and motivation to start. It’s intimidating to make a big life change, and it can be easier to push it to the side. People like community health […]
Online training offers guidance for community health workers, case managers, and others to bridge gaps in oral-health awareness and access Woburn, Mass., Feb. 14, 2020 – CHWTraining, a trusted provider of educational support and structure that enables organizations to build healthier communities from Talance, Inc., has added the new online course “Oral Health Disparities.” The […]
Talance, Inc., provides curriculum development and technology tools to organizations that want to create workers who transform health in America’s communities.